How To Eat To Beat the Disease

Blood sugar is the main problem when it comes to diabetes management. Thus, what to eat becomes a concern.

How to eat to beat the disease

We believe choosing the right foods and diet will help you change your health and manage your conditions better. Ultimately, it can help you to reverse your condition.

To help you solve the problem of which foods are good for your blood sugar control, our experts created this ebook, including the 50 best foods for you. Besides, our registered dietitian also created a 14-day meal plan for you, which might help you prepare daily meals with ease and joy.

ABOUT AUTHORS

Chian-Ruei Huang is a compassionate and dedicated Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with a wealth of experience in eating-related behavior therapy, preventative nutrition, public health nutrition, and disease nutrition.

As a strong believer in the power of food and its role in the human life cycle, Chian-Ruei understands the importance of nurturing a healthy relationship with food and promoting well-being at every stage of life.

Dr. Amy Rogers is a triple board-certified physician by the American Board of Preventive Medicine in Aerospace, Occupational, and Preventive Medicine, with two Masters in Public Health degrees.

Dr. Rogers served her country dutifully for 11 years as a doctor for The United States Navy, supporting outbreak investigations, pandemic planning, global health education, and aerospace medicine.

She works as a senior Medical Reviewer at HealthToday and makes sure all the information we deliver is error-free and up-to-date.

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Preventive Medicine, Public Health, Lifestyle Medicine, Pandemic Response, Global Health

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